25 Days of Pride & Prejudice: Day 6 – Let’s Talk About Six, Baby

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12/06/19

Episode 6, First watch

Mrs. Bennet is delighted to have one of her daughters married at last; Elizabeth sees Wickham in his true colors, when she meets him again after his elopement; excitement builds when Bingley returns to Netherfield, bringing Darcy with him.

 


Things you can say in Pride & Prejudice that you could also say in bed:

“I believe I can guess your thoughts at this moment.”

“I am quite put out!”

“Take every opportunity to enjoy yourself.”

“He’s coming with six ladies and four gentlemen.” “Nay it was twelve ladies and seven gentlemen.” “Too many ladies.”

“Yes poor Mary. But she is determined to do it.”

“We neither of us perform to strangers.”

“Not handsome enough to tempt me.”

“I should infinitely prefer a book.”

“You are too generous to trifle with me.”

“I was in the middle before I knew that I had begun.”

“I am most seriously displeased!”

“You have a very small garden.”

“No lace, no lace I beg you!”

“In vain I have struggled, it will not do.”

“Would that he had sprained his ankle in the first dance.”

“I am all astonishment!”

“Obstinate, headstrong girl!”

“What are men compared to rocks and mountains?”

“Let the other girls have a chance to exhibit.”

“I entreat you not to suppose that I moved this way in order to beg for a partner.”

“My mind was more agreeably engaged.”

“Of all this I might have been mistress…”

“Are the shades of Pemberley to be this polluted?!”


Things you can say in Pride & Prejudice that you would never say in bed:

“Oh, Mr. Collins!”


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